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Order yourself a Beer Pong Table Guest post by Trevor Davis Life in lockdown can be such a drag, but you can find things to laugh and feel good about. If you want to keep boredom at bay, play beer pong with friends. Have a good time while staying at...
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Microsoft 365 Certified: Fundamentals Certification Is Almost in Your Pocket Guest post by Tim Van Dort Microsoft MS-900 is a qualification exam for earning the Microsoft 365 Certified: Fundamentals credential. The test is designed for those candidates who want to demonstrate their basic knowledge and skills regarding the benefits and...
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Everything you need to know  Guest post by Charles Backman Music is not only a manifestation of talent and cultural heritage, but also a source of human emotions. It is not surprising that music in its various genres is capable of having a tremendous influence on our intellect, body, and...
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Save yourself money and avoid being gazumped Guest post by Jayne Robertson In the world of property-buying, there are few things more disheartening than being gazumped. Once your offer has been accepted by the seller it may seem as though nothing can stand in the way of the sale going...
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The global pandemic is challenging us all Guest post by Zoe Price This global pandemic has been a challenge for many UK households. Families have had to use some ingenuity to make ends meet. At the same time, it has made a lot of us more conscious of our spending...
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SEO offers job opportunities & career potential Guest post by Matt Kirkman If you’re planning to live and work in our vibrant capital city, getting a job in one of the many great SEO Agencies can be an exciting way to experience the best of London life, as well as...
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How to set up an online business on a budget Guest post by Sabrina Pinksen Living in London is expensive, from accommodation to food, the bills quickly add up and without a strong steady job, you may not be able to make it for long in the capital. Opening your...
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Most of us want two things: money and freedom Guest post by Sabrina Pinksen After spending years inside classrooms, pulling sixteen-hour days at the library writing papers and doing research, enduring endless exams and sleep deprivation, once we finish university we are more than ready for freedom. More often than...
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How to save money as a student when studying in London Guest post by Charles Ross It’s easy to see why so many students are attracted to studying in London. It’s a city full of restaurants, history and has a real buzz about it.  However, it is expensive and can...
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